Metis Mind-MapEudaimonpedia's solutions mindmap for a global renaissance
“Knowledge is power? No. Knowledge on its own is nothing, but the application of useful knowledge, now that is powerful.” –
Welcome to Eudaimonpedia’s Solutions Mind-Map!
Navigate through the solutions´ web. Early 2020, the mind-map gathered more than 2000 solutions divided in 15 main categories.
At the moment you can find some of those solutions as articles on our website or directly on internet by typing the keyword and its parent-keyword to find them on your browser 🙂
- Clear Power + Transparent Solar Panel
- La Escuela Sustentable + Alternative School
- Essential Oils + Natural Antibiotic
Answers to your main questions
What is a mind-map?
Mind mapping is a practical way to visually organize information.
It’s a form of organized brainstorming, that hierarchizes and shows relationships among pieces of a whole.
It is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the center of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added.
Why do we use mind-mapping?
We believe that there is no 1 solution to resolve all the problems of humankind and that it is more the combination of multiple solutions created and tested worldwide, a form that seems more like a web, a network and a collective brain to confront the challenges we are facing as humankind.
Example of the Metis mind-map in development. Zoom on the Sustainability category.
We use also this architecture through the different solutions’ categories and sub-categories.
How did it start?
The Eudaimonpedia mind-map was the first form of gathering solutions we used.
It was initated by Rodrigue Rabier Fuenzalida in 2015 as a personnal challenge to modelize a self-sufficient and sustainable city, adapted to humans’ 21st century challenges (climate change, greed, loss of biodversity, inequalities, …) where its citizens could live happy and develop their whole potential.
He was first inspired by the work of 2 visionary architects (Jacques Fresco and Luc Schuiten) who already worked on sustainable societies, then by investigating more and discovering the amount of already existing solutions, he integrated new categories and made the mind-map grow and mature.
First mindmap designed by Rodrigue Rabier Fuenzalida in 2015
Thanks to exchange with tens of people from all over the world, the mind-map grew even more and new contributors joined the team. The mind-map hit the 2000 elements in September 2019.
What are the next features?
We plan to integrate a lot of new features in the near future like :
– An interactive and fluid version of the mindmap
– A clickable version of the solutions : integration of links and the solution’s descriptions
– A participative feature for logged-in users.
– Dynamic appearance of the categories to make the navigation easier.
Interested in giving a helpful hand to make these features arrive faster? Contact us here